STUDY ARCHITECTURE OR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN LILLE
Studying at the ENSAPL in the framework of international student exchange.
With its 54 bilateral agreements around the world, the ENSAPL welcomes nearly 40 international exchange students each year.
Discover our partners
- Argentina : Buenos Aires
- Austria : Graz
- Belgium : Bruxelles, Hasselt, Louvain, Gent St Lukas, Liège
- Bulgaria : Sofia
- Brasil : Bahia, Belo Horizonte, Uberlandia
- Canada : Laval
- China : Tongji
- Czech republic : Liberec, Prague
- Espagna : Barcelone, La Corogne, Valladolid, Valence
- Estonia : Tartu
- Germany : Weimar, Mainz, Cottbus, Cologne
- Hungary : Budapest
- Italia : Bologne, Gênes, Milan, Naples, Rome, Venise
- Ireland : Dublin
- Portugal : Guimaraes
- Poland : Lodz, Wraclow
- Romania : Iasi
- United Kingdom : Glasgow, Aberdeen, Canterbury
- Slovakia : Bratislava
You must contact the office in charge of international exchange at your university in order to follow its selection procedure. Once selected, your university will send us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org , the information about you (Name, Email, Level of study and duration of the exchange).
You will then be contacted directly by the ENSAPL international relations office, which will confirm your admission and send you the information necessary for your registration.
Deadline for nominations for full year or winter semester: June 15th
Deadline for nominations for spring semester: december 15th
Upon your arrival
Participation if you want in an intensive week of French lessons (20 hours over 5 half days). French courses are offered to exchange students.
A welcome is organized for international students with:
- Presentation of lessons and help in choosing courses
- ENSAPL visit
- Cultural tour in Lille metropolis
- Calendar >
ENSAPL does not currently have accommodation reserved for international students. The ENSAPL’s international relations office can assist the students in their search for accommodation.
- French courses:
French lessons are offered free of charge during an intensive week in September and then in extensive weeks each semester.
- Health insurance:
If you come from a European Union country, remember to have your European health insurance card before your arrival.
If you come from a country outside Europe, think about taking out health insurance in your country before your departure.